DIY 4th of July Shirt | Cricut Explore Project


4th of July just popped up and I needed a shirt. I haven’t made any Cricut projects lately so I threw together a cut file on Design Space, printed it out, and ironed it on to a shirt from Value Village! It was so simple and a perfect last minute shirt for the fourth.

If you haven’t seen my very first Youtube video, check out this refashion. I started a Youtube channel last month and would love for you to subscribe to it! Subscribe here.

My Cricut Explore is a few models old, but now they have the Cricut Explore Air which you can drop files via bluetooth. It’s an awesome craft tool for your craft stash. It can cut paper, if you are a scrap bookers, but it can also cut a variety of other materials. I love cutting vinyl to make my own stickers and I just started cutting this iron-on that is pictured in the shirt above.

My other favorite 4th of July project is this throwback. One year I made my whole family tie dye shirts and the next year I turned them into the most comfortable t-shirt dress. It’s one of my most favorite projects and it’s one that I have worn the most (usually every year around this time).

Don’t you love that long haired boy? *Spoiler alert* he’s my husband! Now I have long hair and he has short. The tables have turned.

Click here to see the original post for the tie dye refashion.

DIY 4th of July Shirt | Cricut Explore Project

I hope everyone has a fun fourth of July and enjoys some time with their friends and family!

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  • I have been looking at these for quite a while and your shirt is really nice. You are inspiring me to give this a try after all.

    • it’s super easy to use and edit your own designs. i love using iron-on for projects and vinyl on stuff like mugs!